Recipe Gallery Share the Love Recipe 0 Prep Time 0 Cook Time Serves 2 4 – 6 People Difficulty 0 Beginner Ingredients 1 medium cauliflower head, sliced into steaks 1 cup self-rising flour (gluten-free, use almond or coconut flour) 1 tbsp cornstarch Spices: ground cumin, coriander, oregano garlic salt pepper to taste Crumb Topping: 2 […]
Recipe Gallery Share the Love Recipe 0 Prep Time 0 Cook Time Serves 4 4 – 6 People Difficulty 0 Beginner Ingredients 2-3 cups natures Valley rice cake cereal3/4 cup runny peanut butter1/3 cup liquid sweetener of choice (I used honey/golden syrup)1-2 tbsp coconut oil1 tsp vanilla extract1/2 cup chopped pecansMelted chocolate to topToasted pecans […]
Recipe Gallery Share the Love Recipe 0 Prep Time 0 Cook Time Serves 4 4 – 6 People Difficulty 0 Beginner Ingredients Lifestyle foods Packet of gluten free corn pastaWater to topSalt to tasteSauce1 ripe avocado200ml coconut milkHandful fresh cilantro1/2 fresh lime1/4 cup nutritional yeast1/2 tsp smoked paprika1/2 tsp ground cuminSalt and pepper to tasteGrilled […]
Recipe Gallery Share the Love Recipe 0 Prep Time 0 Cook Time Serves 2 1-2 People Difficulty 0 Beginner Ingredients • 1 cup-soaked buckwheat groats (soak for at least 30 minutes covered in water-drain before blending) • 1 overripe or pre-frozen medium banana • 1 cup plant-based milk of choice • 2 soft dates or […]
Recipe Gallery Share the Love Recipe 0 Prep Time 0 Cook Time Serves 4 4 – 6 People Difficulty 0 Beginner Ingredients IngredientsTwo cups spelt or whole wheat flour1/2 cup coconut sugar1 1/2 tsp baking powder1 tsp baking soda1/3 tsp salt1 cup grated sweet potato1/2 cup plant-based milk1/2 cup apple puree1 tbsp apple cider vinegar1 […]
Blood orange waffles couldn’t come at a better time. It’s spring pretty soon and oh my goodness I cannot wait. It’s been a pretty tough two weeks since my son’s second birthday. The notorious flue has gotten it grips on me. Hopefully it soon will pass, but for now, a crunchy stack of gluten-free waffles with these tangy blood oranges will suffice! I topped these vegan waffles with homemade coconut yogurt, bananas, coconut nectar and salted pistachio’s.
Soft pretzel bagels are just what I need today. It’s been a pretty long winter and since the festive season, I have been thinking of these gorgeous beauties that I ate almost every day with my son at the markets. Bread has become such comfort and solace for me and nothing beats a freshly baked pretzel.
Caramel soaked pumpkin fritters are just amazing as they sound and look. I wanted to recreate my utmost favorite side dish that tastes like dessert. These fritters are life changing and you’ll want to make them for every Sunday lunch from now on. I thought they might be quite fitting for the Christmas day, just because absolutely spoiling yourself is what it’s all about!
Salted caramel gingerbread pancakes are a festive treat to try out this week before all the Christmas spoils. the decadence continues starting now with these pretty pancakes! Apart from all the festive cookies that I have been baking, these pancakes have been the cherry on top!
Chai pumpkin churros are essential when the festive season is here. I know churros more as “dough fills” from my childhood. They are a whole other post by themselves and I’m sure going to get up all nostalgic about them, but for now churros, my friends. Not only do these totally vegan churros taste super delish, coated in sugar and dipped in chocolate, but these churros have two special ingredients. Homemade chai spice and sweet mashed pumpkin. Yes, these are super special churros for a super special time of the year!